67 Restaurants in Manchester: British

A new wave of British cooking at restaurants in Manchester

It wasn't so long ago that UK cooking suffered from a pretty poor reputation but thankfully that has all changed. Chefs like Gordon Ramsey, Rick Stein and Heston Blumenthal have helped to transform our cuisine and in the process they have lifted the reputation of UK cooking to a new level. In Manchester, British restaurants have been inspired by these stellar chefs and they are beginning to offer a whole new take on UK food. Often, these chefs are using fresh local produce along with their own training and expertise to create some memorable dishes.

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The Fat Bull

Ashton-in-Makerfield
Steak££££
5.1/6217
The Fat Bull

Peachy Keens

Northern Quarter
International££££
4.7/698
Peachy Keens

Pie and Ale

Northern Quarter
British££££
5.3/6146
Pie and Ale
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The Heaton

Heaton Mersey
British££££
5.4/644
The Heaton

The Sutton Gamekeeper

sutton
British££££
5.4/659
The Sutton Gamekeeper

The Legh Arms

Prestbury
British££££
4.8/675
The Legh Arms

The George Charles

Didsbury
British££££
5.2/671
The George Charles

Grade Cafe Bar

Town Centre
European££££
5.2/6116
Grade Cafe Bar

The Ford Inn

Holmfirth
British££££
5.4/698
The Ford Inn

Table 10

Sale
International££££
5.7/688
Table 10

Flames Grill & Bar

Darwen
Steak££££
5.5/697
Flames Grill & Bar

Saison

Didsbury
British££££
4.9/623
Saison

Market Kitchen

Ashton-in-Makerfield
British££££
5.7/652
Market Kitchen

The Grill on New York Street

City Centre
Steak££££
4.5/68
The Grill on New York Street

39 Steps Restaurant

Styal
Fish££££
6.0/66
39 Steps Restaurant

Alston Bar & Beef - Manchester

City Centre
Steak££££
5.4/611
Alston Bar & Beef - Manchester

The Art of Tea

Didsbury
British
5.6/637
The Art of Tea

Brasserie Abode

City Centre
British££££
6.0/61
Brasserie Abode

The Font Manchester

City Centre
Drinks££££
5.1/624
The Font Manchester

Bacchus

Prestbury
British££££
6.0/62
Bacchus
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    New takes on old British favourites at Manchester restaurants

    Britain has long been known for old favourites such as fish and chips, Sunday roasts, pies, pasties and lots of regional dishes. Now chefs in Manchester's British restaurants are using these traditional dishes as the foundation on which to build new and exciting menus. You will find deconstructed takes on familiar favourites, lifting this cuisine to a more polished and sophisticated level. It seems that even the good old English breakfast is receiving a makeover at the hands of this new generation of chefs in the kitchens of Manchester's British restaurants.
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    Stunning new menus at British restaurants around Manchester

    It is not just these old traditional dishes that are enjoying a new lease of life in Manchester. These British restaurants are also taking their influence from classic European cuisines, along with new flavours from Asia, Australia and America. New cooking techniques are also combining with classic skills to create a whole new type of food in the kitchens of British restaurants. Manchester is no different and the city is seeing a blooming of local talent using the freshest of local ingredients along with traditional skills and international influences to deliver new dining experiences to their clientele.
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    Manchester restaurants go British

    Mancunians have a reputation for enjoying all sorts of international food and there is no doubt that the city has some of the best Chinese and Indian cooking in the country. Now, however, the locals are getting a taste of new British cooking in restaurants across Manchester. These chefs are building on hundreds of years of rich tradition to create an even richer dining experience that is thrilling locals and visitors to the city alike.